These Actors Just Made the Best Super Bowl Bet Ever

Star-Lord and Captain America are at it again.

Actors Chris Evans, who plays Captain America in the most recent Captain America films, and Chris Pratt, who played Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy, struck up a friendly wager on Twitter this week over the upcoming Super Bowl.

Evans, a New England Patriots fan, began by lightly taunting Pratt, a Seattle Seahawks fan.

There was some friendly jabs made…


But eventually the actors got down to business.

And then they made the sweetest bet ever.


So there you have it — either Evens will be visiting Seattle Children’s Hospital with a Seahawks flag, or Pratt will be wearing a Tom Brady jersey at Christopher’s Haven, a home for families battling cancer in Boston.

We look forward to seeing how this bet plays out, knowing either way, a bunch of children going through a difficult time will be the real winners.

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